General Process to Receive a Marina Slip
#1 GET ON THE WAITING LIST.
Slips are filled based on seniority from when you get on the list. Not when you move into the neighborhood. So even if you don’t think you will want a slip, you might change your mind later. It does not cost anything to get on the list. Please fill out the official request form
to be added to the list. Mentioning that you want to get on the list to a board member in passing wont work.
The Waitlist is updated about 3 times / year Winter (~Feb), Summer(~Jun), Fall (~Sep)
#2 KEEP YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION UP TO DATE.
If you can’t be reached you will lose your chance.
People change emails and phone numbers all the time. This is why most of our communication is via first class mail.
If a first class mailing is returned to sender, then we will assume you have moved and we will remove you from the list.
#3 CHECK (AND KEEP A COPY OF) THE LIST AT LEAST ONE TIME EACH YEAR.
Mistakes can, and do happen. This is a manual process done by volunteers.
Address any issues immediately. Don’t wait 5 years to inform the marina chair that you were missed from the list. Retroactive additions are almost never approved. There must be hard evidence that you requested to be added to the list, and that you were added to the list. Having a neighbor vouch for you does not count.
#4 WATCH YOUR MAIL EACH SPRING FOR RENTAL OR RENEWAL POSTCARDS.
Around March and April postcards will be sent out to existing slip holders, everyone who passed the prior year, and then usually the next 10+ people in line.
This is the only formal notification you will receive. Don’t ignore it!
You must complete the renewal form, or standby form, if you want to request a slip for that season, otherwise, we will assume that you want to pass for that season.
Only complete a form if you receive a postcard
If you think that you should have received a post card but did not, then please check with the Marina chair by April 15th, or you will be passed over for that season.